Colman Domingo

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Colman Domingo
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Domingo at the 2022 Tony Awards
Colman Jason Domingo

(1969-11-28) November 28, 1969 (age 52)
Alma materTemple University
OccupationActor, writer, director
Years active1995–present
Raúl Domingo
(m. 2014)

Colman Jason Domingo (born November 28, 1969) [1] is an American actor, writer, and director. He gained acclaim for his performance as Mr. Bones in the Broadway musical The Scottsboro Boys (2011), for which he received a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical nomination. He is also known for his performances on television as Victor Strand in AMC's Fear the Walking Dead and Ali on Euphoria.[2] He received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his role in Euphoria.

Domingo has played supporting roles in the films Lincoln by Steven Spielberg (2012), Selma by Ava DuVernay (2014), If Beale Street Could Talk by Barry Jenkins (2018), Ma Rainey's Black Bottom by George C. Wolfe and Zola by Janicza Bravo (2021).

Life and career[edit]

Domingo was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father is from Belize, and is from a Guatemalan family.[3] Domingo attended Overbrook High School and later Temple University,[4][5] where he majored in journalism. Soon thereafter he moved to San Francisco, California, where he started acting, mainly in theatre productions.[5][6]

Domingo starred as Mr. Franklin Jones, Joop, and Mr. Venus, in the critically acclaimed rock musical Passing Strange,[7] which, after a successful 2007 run at The Public Theater, opened on Broadway on February 28, 2008. He received an Obie Award[8] in spring 2008 as part of the ensemble of Passing Strange Off-Broadway and reprised his roles in the film version of Passing Strange, directed by Spike Lee, which made its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2009. In 2010, Domingo's self-penned, one-man autobiographical play A Boy and His Soul premiered Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre, for which he won a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Solo Show.[9] He was also nominated for a Drama Desk Award[10] and a Drama League Award.[11]

Domingo starred as Billy Flynn in Chicago, the longest running revival on Broadway,[12] and in the final collaboration by Kander and Ebb of The Scottsboro Boys,[13] directed by Susan Stroman on Broadway in Fall 2010. For the latter role, he was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical in May 2011.[14] When The Scottsboro Boys[15] opened in London in Fall 2013, Domingo was nominated[16] for the Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical in April 2014. He was nominated for the Fred Astaire Award for Best Principal Dancer on Broadway in 2011.

In 2015, Domingo began appearing in a recurring role on AMC's post-apocalyptic, zombie series Fear the Walking Dead, as a character named Victor Strand. In December 2015, it was announced that Domingo was promoted to series regular for Season 2 of the series.[17]

In 2017, Domingo joined Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a member of the Actors' Branch.[18]

In 2018, Domingo joined the Director’s Guild of America[19] as a director of episode 12 of season 4 of Fear The Walking Dead.[20] He is the first ever actor in The Walking Dead universe to helm an episode.[21]

In 2020, Domingo signed a first-look deal with AMC Networks.[22]

Domingo has taught at the O'Neill National Theater Institute,[23] University of Texas at Austin,[24] and University of Wisconsin at Madison.[25]


As writer[edit]

As director[edit]


Year Show Season Episode number Episode name
2018 Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 12[55] "Weak"
2019 Season 5 Episode 3[56] "Humbug's Gulch"
2020 Season 6 Episode 3[57] "Alaska"


Year Title Playwright Venue Notes
1998 Pieces of the Quilt – 3 Erin Cressida Wilson, Maria Irene Fornes, Herbert Siguenza, Greg Sarris, John Steppling, Migdalia Cruz, Rhodessa Jones Solo Mio at Bayfront Theater [58]
1999 Single Black Female Lisa B. Thompson Theatre Rhinoceros[59]
2001 Rhinoceros Eugène Ionesco Theatre Rhinoceros[60]
2004 Single Black Female Lisa B. Thompson Flight Theatre at the Complex Hollywood [61]
2004 Once on This Island book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens and music by Stephen Flaherty The College at Brockport, State University of New York at Geva Theatre Center[62]
2006 Single Black Female Lisa B. Thompson New Professional Theatre at Peter JaySharp Theater Playwrights Horizons[63]
2008 Single Black Female Lisa B. Thompson New Professional Theatre at The Duke on 42nd St New 42nd Street[64]
2009 Exit Cuckoo Lisa Ramirez Working Theater at Clurman Theater at Theatre Row[65]
2015 A Band of Angels Myla Churchill New York City Children's Theater [66]
2015 Seven Guitars August Wilson Actors Theatre of Louisville[67]
2016 Barbecue Robert O'Hara Geffen Playhouse[68]
2017 A Guide for the Homesick Ken Urban Huntington Theatre Company[69]
2019 Dot Colman Domingo People's Light and Theatre Company[70]

As actor[edit]


Not yet released Denotes works that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Notes
1995 Timepiece Khris
1998 Around the Fire Trace
1999 King of the Bingo Game Sonny
True Crime Wally Cartwright
2000 Desi's Looking for a New Girl Mother
2003 Kung Phooey! Roy Lee
2006 Freedomland Male Patient
2008 Miracle at St. Anna West Indian Postal Customer
2012 Lincoln Private Harold Green
Red Hook Summer Blessing Rowe
2013 All Is Bright Nzomo
42 Lawson Bowman
Hair Brained Finals Moderator
The Butler Freddie Fallows
2014 400 Boys Talon
Time Out of Mind Mr. Oyello
Selma Ralph Abernathy
2015 Beautiful Something Drew
2016 The Birth of a Nation Hark Turner
2018 Assassination Nation Principal Turrell
First Match Coach Castile
If Beale Street Could Talk Joseph Rivers
2019 Lucy in the Sky Frank Paxton
2020 Zola X
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Cutler
2021 Without Remorse Pastor West
The God Committee Father Dunbar
Candyman William Burke
2023 The Color Purple Not yet released Mister Post-production
TBA Rustin Not yet released Bayard Rustin Post-production


Year Show Role Episode name Notes
1997 Nash Bridges Reggie Harell "Dirty Tricks" 4 episodes total
1999 Hassam "Power Play"
Desmond Kenner "Girl Trouble"
2000 Trumpet Player "Skin Trade"
2004 Law & Order Ronald Gumer "Hands Free" 2 episodes total
2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Sergeant Ev Sides "To the Bone" 2 episodes total
Law & Order: Trial by Jury Gus "Eros in the Upper Eighties"
2008 Law & Order Donnie "Sweetie" 2 episodes total
2008–2010 The Big Gay Sketch Show Various 16 episodes
2009 Great Performances Mr. Franklin/Mr. Venus/Joop "Passing Strange" Musical telecast
2010 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Andre Lanier "Love Sick" 2 episodes total
2015–present Fear the Walking Dead Victor Strand 67 episodes
Guest (season 1)
Main cast (season 2–present)
2015 The Knick Dr. Russell Daniels Season 2 (Recurring role)
2016 Lucifer Father Frank Lawrence "Priest Walks Into a Bar"
Horace and Pete Dr. Evers "Episode 8"
2017 Timeless Bass Reeves "The Murder of Jesse James"
BoJack Horseman Eddie (Dragonfly) "The Old Sugarman Place" Voice role
Miles from Tomorrowland Cember Voice role
2018 American Dad! Stiles "(You Gotta) Strike for Your Right" Voice role
2019–present Euphoria Ali Recurring role, 7 episodes [71]
Starring (special episode: "Trouble Don't Last Always")
2020 The Twilight Zone Carl "Downtime"
2021 Cinema Toast Barrington "Kiss, Marry, Kill" Voice role


Year Title Role Venue
1994 Out of the Inkwell The Brown Bomber Theater Rhinoceros[72][73]
1995 Twelfth Night Antonio Theater Rhinoceros[72][73]
Desk Set Sadel Theater Rhinoceros[74]
1996 Journey to the West Dragon King Berkeley Repertory Theatre/Huntington Theatre Company[75][76]
1997 Blade to the Heat Garnet Thick Description [77]
Hurricane Ray Campo Santo at New Langton Arts [78]
Blues for an Alabama Sky Guy TheatreWorks[79]
A Midsummer Night's Dream Oberon, Theseus San Francisco Shakespeare Festival
1998 Maleta Mulata Barbarito Campo Santo, Intersection for the Arts [80]
Up Jumped Springtime Ensemble, also playwright Theater Rhinoceros
1999 Romeo and Juliet Mercutio Shakespeare Santa Cruz[81]
The Two Gentlemen of Verona Speed Shakespeare Santa Cruz[82]
2000 Fences Gabriel TheatreWorks[83]
The Taming of the Shrew Lucentio California Shakespeare Theater[84]
Sons of Don Juan Fernandito San Jose Repertory Theatre[85]
Love's Labour's Lost Costard California Shakespeare Theater[84]
2001 The Two Gentlemen of Verona Speed Geva Theatre Center[86]
A Christmas Carol Mr. Fezziwig American Conservatory Theater[87]
2002 A Midsummer Night's Dream Lysander California Shakespeare Theater[84]
Haroun and the Sea of Stories Mr. Sengupta, Khatham Shud the Cultmaster of Bezaban Berkeley Repertory Theatre[88]
The Winter's Tale Autolycus California Shakespeare Theater[84]
2003 American Ma(u)l Thomas Jefferson Culture Project/ 45 Bleeker [89]
Henry V Duke of Bourbon Delacorte Theater[90]
2004 All's Well That Ends Well Lavatch California Shakespeare Theater[84]
2005 People's Temple Eugene Smith and others Berkeley Repertory Theatre
A Boy and His Soul Self, also playwright Thick Description Theater
2006 People's Temple Eugene Smith and others Guthrie Theater
Passing Strange Mr. Franklin/Mr. Venus Berkeley Repertory Theatre
2007 Passing Strange Mr. Franklin/Mr. Venus Joseph Papp Public Theater, Anspacher Theater
Well Jim and others Huntington Theatre[91]
2008 Passing Strange Mr. Franklin/Mr. Venus Broadway, Belasco Theatre
A Boy and His Soul Self, also playwright Thick Description Theater
2009 Coming Home Alfred Witbooy Long Wharf Theatre[92]
The Wiz The Wiz New York City Center Encores!
A Boy and His Soul Self, also playwright Vineyard Theatre
2010 The Scottsboro Boys Mr. Bones Vineyard Theatre
The Scottsboro Boys Mr. Bones Guthrie Theater
The Scottsboro Boys Mr. Bones Broadway, Lyceum Theatre
2010, 2011 Chicago Billy Flynn Broadway, Ambassador Theatre
2011 Blood Knot Zachariah Pietersen Signature Theatre
2012 Wild with Happy Gil, also playwright Joseph Papp Public Theater, LuEsther Hall
2013 Wild with Happy Gil, also playwright TheatreWorks, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts
A Boy and His Soul Self, also playwright Tricycle Theatre
The Scottsboro Boys Mr. Bones The Young Vic
2014 A Boy and His Soul Self, also playwright Brisbane Powerhouse
Guys and Dolls Rusty Charlie Carnegie Hall
Nothing Personal James Baldwin Live Ideas Festival at the New York Live Arts
The Scottsboro Boys Mr. Bones West End theatre, Garrick Theatre
2019 A Raisin in the Sun Walter Lee Younger Broadway, American Airlines Theatre, One Night Only Benefit Staged Reading[93]

Personal life[edit]

Domingo has been married to his husband, Raúl Domingo, since 2014.[94]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominated work Result Ref
2008 Obie Award Performance Passing Strange Won [95]
Connecticut Critics Circle Award Outstanding Actor in a Play Coming Home Won [96]
2010 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Solo Performance A Boy and His Soul Nominated [95]
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated [95]
Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Solo Show Won [95]
Black Reel Award Best Ensemble Passing Strange Nominated
2011 Fred and Adele Astaire Award Outstanding Male Dancer The Scottsboro Boys Nominated [97]
Tony Award Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical Nominated [98]
2014 Awards Best Supporting Actor in a Musical Nominated [99]
Laurence Olivier Award Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical Nominated [100]
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Selma Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Nominated
2015 Black Reel Award Best Ensemble Won
2017 NAACP Theatre Award Best Director of a Play, Larger Theatre Barbecue Nominated [101]
2018 ITVFest (Independent Television Festival) Best Drama Actor Nothingman Won [102]
Newport Beach Film Festival Artist of Distinction Award Won [103]
IRNE Award Best Director of a Play, Large Stage A Guide for the Homesick Nominated [104]
Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theater Outstanding Overall Production of a Musical Lights Out: Nat "King" Cole Nominated [105]
Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theater Outstanding New Play/Musical Nominated [105]
Drama League Award Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Musical Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Nominated [106]
2019 NAACP Theatre Award Best Playwright, Larger Theatre Nominated [107]
2020 Boston Society of Film Critics Award Best Ensemble Cast Ma Rainey's Black Bottom Won [108]
NAACP Image Award Outstanding Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture Won [109]
Critics' Choice Movie Award Best Acting Ensemble Nominated [110]
Florida Film Critics Circle Award Best Ensemble Nominated [111]
NAACP Image Award Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Nominated [112]
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated [113]
2021 Independent Spirit Award Best Supporting Male Nominated [114]
Hollywood Critics Association Awards Best Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Television Movie Euphoria Won [115]
Imagen Awards Best Supporting Actor – Television (Drama) Won [116]
Gotham Awards Outstanding Supporting Performance Zola Nominated [117]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated [118]
2022 Independent Spirit Award Best Supporting Male Nominated [119]
Austin Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [120]
Black Reel Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor Won [121]
Georgia Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Nominated [122]
Seattle Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [123]
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Euphoria Pending [124]


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